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dammit i'm not. a. i do you guys sort of jokes well handled in the south. of. russia on the u.s. agree how to remove syria's chemical weapons giving a week to provide a list and a month to stop dissolving at mosco says only the un security council can decide on punishment for not complying. with the old western intervention from to a mass exodus of syrians to the east you what those hiding from war needs the cynicism of the time spares of finding their safe haven. on life at the end of the tunnel for the crisis stricken eurozone but fresh bailouts miss deadlines and overwhelming debt threaten to suck it back into the financial.
international news and common flight from moscow this is all she was me. and welcome to the program. russia and the uighurs agree proposals to remove and destroy syria's chemical weapons arsenal is hoped it could also give some impetus to these stalled attempts to find a peaceful solution to the vicious civil conflict foreign minister sergei lavrov and secretary of state john kerry outlined a six point plan under which damascus could hand over its chemical stockpiles the outline will first have to be approved by the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons syria will now have a week to provide the yuan with a complete list of its chemical weapons stockpiles so-called extraordinary
procedures under the chemical weapons convention could be used to destroy the arsenal meanwhile all sides including rebel groups have been told they will be responsible for the safety of international inspectors on the ground and it will have to provide free access to sites the ultimate aim is to complete removal or elimination of all syria's chemical weapons if any side in the conflict fails to comply with the proposed plan the charter chapter seven could come into effect essentially allowing the use of force. has been following the negotiations for us in geneva. well the press conference kicked off rather unconventionally here engine nivo with sergey lavrov strolling into the conference room sitting amidst the reporters talking about the weather clearly waiting for john kerry to turn up who was reportedly on the phone to washington at the time but nevertheless after three days of tense negotiations a deal has finally been struck we know that damascus has got one week within which
to provide information on all of its chemical weapons facilities there off there they have to provide access to chemical weapons inspectors from the organization for prevention of chemical weapons they have to provide unfettered access to them to all these chemical weapons facilities now in terms of a timeframe we know that the initial on site inspections must be completed by november and finally the complete elimination of chemical weapons in syria has to be completed by the first half of twenty fourteen but crucially if syria fails to comply with any part of the deal that has been hammered out here in geneva well then chapter seven of the u.n. security council would be a play we can take a listen to john kerry and sergey lavrov talking about that in a little bit more detail right now there could be no games no room for avoidance or anything less than full compliance by the regime in the event of
noncompliance we have committed to impose measures under chapter seven within the you were security council. we expect full compliance with the requirements the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons imposes if they're not somebody uses chemical weapons the u.n. security council will take measures in accordance with chapter seven of the u.n. charter. does not mean that every time a violation is reported our actions will be taken with a monthly will first have to verify. because there are a lot of fabrications along its surrounding this issue and we have to be very careful in terms of reaction we've already heard from the syrian opposition that they reportedly have rejected this deal that has been struck in geneva and during the questions john kerry also made an interesting admission that the syrian
opposition could have also got their hands on chemical weapons that's an unprecedented statement from the u.s. side now another point that sergey lavrov made a little bit earlier was that the video that came out yesterday in the middle of these very tense negotiations over banking moving reportedly saying that bashar assad is guilty of crimes against humanity well that was a video montage and that was taken out of context but both john kerry and sergey lavrov very clearly extremely pleased that they have been managed to set aside their differences strike a deal here they both spoke of how well the u.s. and russia can work together when there is a political will they said that they look forward to organizing asian iva to conference in october and not just working on eliminating syria's chemical weapons but also working towards a broader route for peace for syria so a collective sigh of relief here in geneva that for the moment that a u.s. strike against syria has been averted. a german journalist
a focusing on the syrian crisis believes the syrian government would let its gone down by giving up its chemical weapons. we shouldn't forget another thing what is very important to this is the meaning of chemical weapons for syria for the syrian state and also for the syrian people so we talk about these chemical weapons stockpiles in a term of yes it is like. the friends of weapon of aggression but for the syrians on for the syrian government the chemical stockpile is a sort of. protective more which shall protect the independence and the silver in the t of syria so they will feel this and it's very very heart discussed within the syrian society if this is a good step and what if there is any compensation for losing this protest to. the us government lost
a lot of credibility and not just in the vote even among their own citizens even among the u.s. americans so they had to agree and if you see the message from today from the john kerry it means very clearly that he left his position from last week he did almost a u. turn and i'll say discouraged if possible next steps for the u.s. and syria are with former u.n. ambassador thomas pickering and has a preview of that coming up on sunday. it seems that american diplomats may start with a relatively flexible position but they lose patience fairly quickly and almost invariably start that looting to the military option look i understand there's a deep concern and i support this changing political relationship through the use of military force doesn't work very well it didn't work for me well in the cold war it is not work very well in the post cold war period and i am very concerned that
a fascination in my country over the last ten years on the use of military force has undermined diplomacy i would like to play something that you personally have to say in the aftermath of the iraq war. if i had a choice between the last decade with our invasion of iraq and saddam. the alternative i think it's probably a close run thing but i could live with saddam thank you very much do you think america could leave. by secluded would be very hard.
and you can valtrex on avoiders walls of ponton full starting on sunday or not see . now this rush of the u.s. and its allies intervening with the way well as trying to flee their files and europe's learns that first time and in the last twenty four hours alone several boats carrying more than eight hundred refugees were saved from sinking in the mediterranean and brought to shore aussies piece on of in germany reports now on the mixed feelings i think you know of bibles. here in europe we may be far away from the fighting in syria however the effects of violence are being seen in the form of tens of thousands of refugees flocking here to seek asylum just this last week the first of five thousand refugees arrived here in germany as part of a new resettlement program however there are those within europe that say that the e.u. governments must bear some responsibility for these people having to flee the problem is the e.u. governments continue to support the rebels including the german intelligence and
covertly and other ways i think it's completely cynical of germany to pretend to be this humanitarian receptor of five thousand refugees at the same time they're poor in aid let's stop the the reason that people are leaving their homes they don't leave it willingly with over two million people already having being displaced syria's neighbors are overwhelmed by the deluge of those fleeing for their lives that means that they seeking sanctuary having to look further afield towards countries in the balkans that can ill afford to have thousands of refugees turning up according to some politicians here milk in germany. our government opens up the door it's five thousand and fifty thousand and then more and more our cities like live equipment can finance that we are broke it's not germany's responsibility to solve the problems of the arab world with our taxes and there's also concern that allowing these people access to europe could see the syria crisis being imported
here. because they get by we are worried that those germans that went there to fight assad will come back here trained in terror and live here amongst us like taken time bombs it's just a matter of time before a train station would be blown up we demand that our security services stop then returning as more people flee their homes the refugee crisis is one that set to continue for a long time. and coming your way right after the break outs he looks at the turbulence the european economies three. well. it's technology innovation all the it's developments from around russia we've got this huge area covered. there's a media lead us so we leave that maybe. by the sea pushing your. plate your party
there's a goal. there shoes that no one is asking with the gas that you deserve answers from it's all politics. are. news today violence is once again flared up. and these are the images cold world has been seeing from the streets of canada. the giant corporations are on the day. and again this is a comeback recent figures suggest europe is slowly recovering from its economic
crisis about some docs on our show clouds remain about the eurozone greece may need billions more in buy a lot of money to prevent collapse and they portuguese government is panicking of the missing payment deadlines another concern is the consequences of a proposed european banking union giving brussels the power to shove any bank on the continent also has this accountant a small. these days may be calmer for europe be able to june period saw the eurozone come out of recession after the longest period of economic misery since records began back in one thousand nine hundred five but the crisis is far from over and the cost in millions of lost jobs and economic stress remains a major concern economic recovery is at best fragile now output from the euro zone's factories had fallen by a much more than expected in july unemployment remains a dramatic levels and some of the southern countries what's more a number of members and nations still are struggling to balance their finances
raising fears that more bailouts will be needed in the future now while more loans have been ruled out for the moment bailouts were still very much at the top of the agenda at the recent meeting of euro zone ministers let's take a closer look at where the actual concerns lie today bailed out twice and still not in the clear greece is likely to need another ten billion euros just in order to bolster its finances but elections in germany mean that help isn't likely to come anytime soon voters in the blocks most powerful economy have grown tired of taxpayer funded rescues and problems in greece spell trouble for cyprus the two countries are intricately linked by history as well as common economic grounds cyprus was bailed out earlier this year for some ten billion euros but new data shows that its economy is shrinking to the world level since the one nine hundred seventy s. raising the possibility that if greece does ask for more cash cyprus may not be far
behind and asking for help now ireland may be exiting the bailout program at the end of the year but the country is also in line for euro zone aid now its finance minister had suggested a credit line of ten billion euros this is to serve as what he calls a backstop to give confidence to investors moving on to portugal that country faces a bumpy ride the country was set to end its bailout program in the middle of next year but that was before parts of the rescue were actually ruled illegal now officials in lisbon must scramble to find other ways of balancing the books. and now new worries with slovenia falling from economic grace billions of euros in bad loans make the country a candidate for euro zone bailout number five now that country has been in recession since last year and it's been scrambling to fix its banking center for now euro zone finance ministers insist that slovenia won't need a bailout but the country has a long haul ahead before it's in the clear so when it comes to improvements in the
eurozone economy better hold off on the champagne at least for now this account for no far to moscow the euro zone's unemployment figures don't offer much in the way of optimism the number of job losses has been growing since the turn to harvey is that this is greece was given its first bailout and germany's imminent election could decide which way the blow goes next to solve its problems as lower smith reforms. it could be make or break for the eurozone as the german election approaches europe's a region still stuck in recession with outbreaks of social unrest and some believe the outcome of the election could be a catalyst for change i think speaking to that klaus the former president of the czech republic capital markets conference here in london he compares the european project to communism and says the time is now for the people of individual european countries to stand up and say the emperor has no clothes. everyone who.
sees that it's impossible to continue. radical change. is. speaking about a fundamental transition fundamental transformation something we in parts of europe in east central and eastern europe experienced two decades ago. and to do the same and how likely is it to think that this will sound. ok. the question is. started to really. come from brussels klaus envisages europe as a conglomerate of sovereign independent nations and he's found common ground with ukip snide. we have got two hundred fifty one days until the european
election takes place across the whole of europe that is the opportunity politically to cause an earthquake beings important intelligence briefings are important argumentations important. thing that changes politics is the way people vote i think these european elections are a major opportunity right across the continent of europe to spark something that leads to referendums that leads to real change. and found recognition from most unlikely source close to a man well barroso the european commission president said you kids could become the primary force in british politics implying david cameron's jumped on the bandwagon if you keep your skepticism just to win votes both klaus agree the time is right for a fundamental decision should the eurozone limp along propped up by its holding or should there be a return to an economic rationale and do europe based on intergovernmental
cooperation rather than integration. the european central bank is governments not to grown complacent complacent rather recent signs of recovery pushing for more action on reforms and political economy professor. from the frankfurt school of finance believes caution is why till if you hopes to escape it. we have now the peak we reached a peak for example in unemployment and there are signs in the real economy but also in the political area for more progress to come in the future i'm not saying we're out of the woods what i'm saying we are making progress also although the situation is still difficult also in cyprus as well and we have to awarded to cyprus krises come back and also. swap over to other countries of europe area but as i said i mean we have also you did the election in germany and i'm pretty confident and said
after this election more progress to come also into a political arrangement to fix further on the euro crisis also in germany germany has also a lot of it wanted us from the euro in our exports and so forth saw i think still the public although. some problems in the mood of the public about the bailout it also seems but there is some support here in germany. and on line from here on out see is it a bad is that playing oh it's a drone had tell website to see how the army histories creating a new generation of unmanned aircraft that look like sound that that is going to ask dot com for more. about falls into the hands of argentina's elite the line of good they pull story of a nineteen year old internet from a step was told fifty thousand dollars every month.
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for a shock they go after what they want and there are free. and tell you what they think about you probably because they have confidence to take care of themselves too operators know only too well the dangers of vast cultural differences packaged into the orientation speech is a clear warnings of how to deal with the macho israeli male the advice reads like a grocery list don't be surprised if they take your number but have a regular girlfriend. she's hoping to meet the photon date and it means nothing in the program initiation along with advice on sunscreen sites of interest and we can't hikes rachel remembers this warning about meeting the kind of have to be prepared that they're expecting something that you may not be like willing to reciprocate so they told us to be very straight forward from the beginning if you're not interested say now you know be really forceful about it sort of thing it's not i don't live vice these masons are put to the test and forced to take it
to more for example the twenty seven year old undercover agent who is paid to work his magic not in some hostile in the state but on television dons forwards through border notices are. usually really easy conversation to talk about but with the excuse. i just left with her there's half a dozen amateur guides posted online on how to date a news radio men their best advice to give up on the fairy tale prince on a white horse the mentality is so different so our growing and sometimes it's. even. i mean it's outgoing to the point where people assert themselves too much but even the orientation speech and words of warning don't always soften experience this guy just started talking to us and he started telling me how beautiful i was and all this stuff which i mean it's fine but then all the sudden he's like can i kiss you and i was like. saying. that
or at least be more forgiving i don't think that it's necessarily there far think being forced to be in the army at the age of eighty and makes a very different lifestyle for them as opposed to marriage in eighteen year old honestly it just kind of about treating them like anyone else and i mean i guess we can be aggressive but if you're just top yourself that's been part of the fun of traveling is finding it out for oneself which is why flexing biceps on telegrams beaches and the mere naked suntan bodies a few cheap pick up lines and an aggressive attitude can seem a small price to pay for a golden summer holiday. party tell of. less and check some other news stories and bring to this hour police have stormed mexico city's central square clashing with teachers and alteration a new education rules the test is. more than two weeks demanding legislation which sees the unions lose control over the hiring and firing of style be revoked
authorities use tear gas and water cameras to dispose the demonstrators say wanted to clear the square for independence day celebrations. last long across the u.s. state of colorado has now claimed four lives and over one hundred seventy people are still missing thousands of residents have been evacuated to safety as waters continue to rise during the worst floods to hit the state in decades more than half of colorado's average annual rainfall has fallen into the last week and more heavy downpours are expected in the coming days. three civilians have been killed by a suicide bomber in afghanistan who were apparently targeting and nato convoy several others were wounded but security personnel were unharmed because the target detonated early their source comes just a day of true taliban attempted to force its way into an international compound killing four i've been god's. security forces dispersed
demonstrators in tech a during a face consecutive night of protests following the death of a young man reportedly killed by police the twenty two year old was an edge in a hit by a tear gas canister on to watch vehicle as hirani the case has really huge the wave of nationwide antigovernment protests fussin there in the summer. and coming out that's how documentary on how you can become a billionaire just by blocking was that. wealthy british style some time to explain the.
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